As the News Blender reported on Tuesday night, CNN kicked off a two-night event featuring 10 of the 20 front-runner Democratic Primary hopefuls.
On Wednesday the next ten face-off.
Some highlights from Tuesday night.
Buttigieg to Republican members of Congress: "Consider the fact that when the sun sets on your career … the thing you will be remembered for is whether in this moment, with this president, you found the courage to stand up to him or you continued to put party over country." pic.twitter.com/AHDCSJb21C— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) July 31, 2019
Marianne Williamson came with a message of love and unity — and a warning to voters of the "dark psychic force" of hatred she says the Trump admin is using to plague the nation https://t.co/MUPd7r9sFs pic.twitter.com/1kf212C0vN— POLITICO (@politico) July 31, 2019
CBS News reports the line-up for tonight’s Democratic Debate is from left to right.
- Michael Bennet.
- Kirsten Gillibrand.
- Julián Castro
- Cory Booker.
- Joe Biden.
- Kamala Harris.
- Andrew Young.
- Tulsi Gabbard.
- Jay Inslee.
- Bill de Blasio.
As with last night’s debate, CNN is broadcasting the event live across platforms, you do not need a cable subscription.
For What it’s worth.
After her last appearance in a Democratic Debate, Gabbard, announced she was suing Google.
Democrat Presidential Hopeful Sues Google for $50 Million https://t.co/VtV9fWHA48— Snip🦈Bytes (@SnipBytes) July 25, 2019